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depression through making this film i hope to understand my mother's mental illness and to find out if the conditions for the mentally ill have improved literally millions of people can be treated to receive knowing how many occasions we all have a duty to change attitudes. mental illness breaking the sun on al-jazeera. has threatened iran with further sanctions after the islamic republic announced it will start and reaching uranium beyond the agreed to let us under the nuclear deal . i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. change of
government in greece the center right authorization claims victory in a snap election. for the last countries to sign up to will be the world's biggest free trade deal. russian tourists are coming for exactly this kind of experience and there's turbulence on the horizon for georgia's flights between the 2 countries are grounded. united states as iran will not attain a nuclear weapon and has threatened it with further sanctions and greater isolation this comes after tehran announced it would enrich uranium to levels greater than agreed to as part of the 2 $1015.00 nuclear deal until now iran's kept the maximum level of iranian purity at 3.7 percent that it's enough to make electricity only becomes nuclear bomb grade material if it's an. 90 percent of the iranians deny wanting nuclear weapons even so it will reduce its compliance rather with the deal
every 2 months unless other signatories or to stop u.s. sanctions the deal does have a dispute resolution mechanism france says that will not be a trigger at least for now but the dispute cannot if it cannot be resolved as un sanctions could follow reaction from washington in a moment for as a measure avi has more from tehran is the boldest step iran has taken so far in its choreographed campaign to reduce compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal on sunday morning it announced it would start enriching uranium to higher levels than allowed under the joint comprehensive plan of action. in a few hours the technical process will come to an end on enrichment above 3.67 percent will begin tomorrow when the i take the sample the level will be higher. iranian leaders warned for months if the international community did not help their country reap the benefits guaranteed in the way it will no longer honor its
commitments the level of enrichment is unclear but senior leaders have suggested it could be as high as 5 even 20 percent still far from the 90 percent needed for weapons grade uranium there has been a flurry of diplomatic activity in recent weeks with meetings of the united nations security council and the commission in vienna there was hope that an injection of cash into in stack's or european bypassed u.s. banking sanctions might convince iran not to roll back cooperation in stakes. in stakes is a good 1st step is taking too long it can only be successful if europe by some well located some credit to it is not useful yet but is politically significant in a call with president hassan rouhani on saturday night french president emmanuel acknowledged that nations had been unable to mitigate u.s. sanctions but he also warned his iranian counterpart of the consequences of weakening the deal mccrone and rouhani have agreed to a deadline of july 15th for all parties to resume talks what comes next is unclear
. so far the international atomic energy agency the un's nuclear watchdog has issued 15 separate reports confirming iran's cooperation with the way when iran breached a nuclear stockpile limit last week the i.a.e.a. refrained from reporting that as a violation with this latest move that could change. everyone benefited from us adopting the the u.s. made a strategic mistake by leaving it but we will not stay in it at any cost the decision taken today is in order to preserve the j.c. but it depends on other parties now to say the deal is fragile is to perhaps understate the complicated power dynamics at play the united states pulled out of the nuclear deal in may last year reimposing unilateral sanctions crippling an economy that was experiencing a long awaited period of growth since then remain. signatories to the deal have been caught in the middle of escalating tensions between to ron and washington but despite recent military escalation in the gulf at its core this dispute is economic
and putting pressure on the seems to be iran's way of dealing itself a stronger hand. so when about the u.s. can attend meetings if sanctions are lifted how would that process go 1st or land banking sanctions and then other things that led to status before the u.s. pulled out of the deal iran was exporting up to 2800000 barrels of oil a day as one of the largest producers in the world it wants back into the international oil market for now the spokesman of iran's atomic energy agency says it will not renew work at nuclear facilities that was halted as part of the j.c.b. away but iran's deputy foreign minister had a warning iran can do so whenever it wants and if in the coming 60 days their demands are not met that's exactly what iran might do next zain bus robbi al-jazeera. as president has warned iran about breaching the limit of enriched uranium thank you thank you very for free thank
god thank you. chairman towns yes more from washington amid warning to iran to be cow for trump did also say something rather interesting he said he was suggesting that all he was doing was expediting a process that would have had to happen anyway because of the very sudden pauses in the j.c. p.o.a.'s the iran nuclear deal there are a various various moments 20252030 where new negotiations have to occur in order to keep the iranian nuclear view growing so what he was saying was that we were going to have to have those negotiations anyway all i'm trying to do is to get a better deal. the problem is with this presentation of all the transactions as a consumer by getting the best deal possible the deal maker in chief as iran always points out it's very difficult to take that seriously to take that that that idea
that you're simply have the best interests of everyone of hard when you're filling the entire gulf region with weaponry when you're starving the iranian economy and its people with of resources through silent sions and you're surrounded by people who've always made it very clear that they'd rather like to bomb iran to pieces so this is the problem that we face and the other problem of course is we have the jury c.p.o. a what does donald trump possibly think would be a better deal it's simply not clear opposition leader characters mr tucker says he has a strong clear mandate to change greece olinger snap election center right new democracy party has won a sweeping victory pushing prime minister alexis tsipras out of office plus as more from athens. the leader of the new democracy party got 40 years to pull not just a majority but an outright one that allows the conservatives to rule on their own for the 1st time in 15 years the others who took these says it will allow him to implement an ambitious reform program unhindered by coalition partners. but this
wasn't just an expression of the will to close a painful chapter for our country it was much more than the back to the feet of the people in their strength is the desire to take our fates into our own hands news to prove that we can do great things you know own country. the pressure is now on me to thank you's to deliver on his promise to bring growth to the greek economy and helped create 700000 jobs in his 1st term he's planning to do it partly through tax cuts but greece can only afford them if international bailout creditors agree to cut repayments it's a goal that eluded previous governments since the beginning of government austerity measures imposed in 20. he turned when greece faced bankruptcy because of its massive debts the victory of me to thank you 4 and a half years of rule by cities a prime minister alexis to put us raised the coalition of the radical left from obscurity to seize power from the new democracy party in the last election in 2015
promised he would be the vanguard of a left wing revolution across europe to defeat the austerity policies imposed on greece that caused recession and unemployment. ultimately capitulated to those policies in order to keep greece in the eurozone despite cities are raising the minimum wage cutting sales tax and offering more benefits to pensioners this year it seems to have been too little too late for that. i will receive mr mr tarkus into the palace so to hand over to him the office of prime minister as is done in the democratic stage i would like to from the bottom of my heart thank all the members and friends of our party who gave a good fight in a viable condition. in order to double its growth rate of growth much faster greece will need huge levels of foreign investment in the coming years and that will be
perhaps the biggest challenge on the economic front and that needs a lot of structural reform which sometimes takes time there's more at stake here than the economy for the past decade greeks have watched their politicians being dictated to by their creditors the international monetary fund and the euro because those politicians didn't want to assume ownership of unpopular reforms. like his predecessors it's a thank you says he wants to restore greek sovereignty and dignity but unlike when he wants to do it in collaboration with european union partners. the venezuelan opposition leader says he'll resume talks with president nicolas maduro government meetings expected to take place in barbados as. early as this week while gotos are presented as last met with government figures and norway it may but those discussions stalled or oil rich venezuela has been ravaged by 5 years of economic chaos marred by shortages of food medicines and other basic necessities
the punch deeper into political turmoil in january when declared himself acting president amnesty international is urging the un to investigate the so-called war on drugs in the philippines describing it as murderous and a new report the rights group says extrajudicial judicial killings are continuing unabated 3 year since president nicholas president robbery go to terror tape pardon me came to office and launched his crackdown and its international support goes on to say it's impossible to know exactly how many people have died but the victims are overwhelmingly from poor and marginalized communities and jerry and veteran of the latest nations to sign the african free trade deal at a summit and there are $54.00 of the $55.00 countries in africa are now part of the single market agreement eritrea is the only african country that hasn't signed up to the deal it didn't participate in negotiations because of its conflict with ethiopia and still remains hesitant be a quarter of those 90 percent of trade tariffs between signatory states trading is
set to start in the year to give member states time to prepare for us as more from the african union summit and as harris capital niamey. stepped up security in the hurt of the capital underlining the growing concerns not only here in the sahara region of africa but in many other parts of the continent. from north to south east to west and in the hurt of africa to government struggling to contain communal clashes and violent extremism. african leaders hope the new free trade deal is the answer to help reduce the poverty that helps fuel the fighting experts say an african common market will come with additional risks that are going to correct criminals take advantage of this free movement you know to. one country to another and that is can just his or to perpetrate their yeah and if i missed opportunities so definitely looking for the for the to.